Beyond the Crisis: How interconnected businesses exhibit leadership and resiliency

Beyond the crisis - iPad

In 2020, SAP and Oxford Economics partnered to survey 3,000 senior executives globally to understand how leaders around the world are adopting a holistic management strategy. This white paper is part of the wider Systems Thinking program. Learn about leaders’ keys to success in the publication.

What you will learn:

  • The business drivers of interconnectivity and the
    progress to date toward those goals
  • The importance of a skilled workforce to enabling the
    interconnected enterprise
  • How technology investments and data-sharing between
    operational and customer-facing functions boost results
  • How our leader group stands out from the rest of the
    survey sample
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